Thursday, April 11 / 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Session 101
Residential Segregation

Chair: Elaina Johns-Wolfe, University of Cincinnati
Discussant: Matthew Hall, Cornell University

1. If Residential Segregation Persists, What Explains Widespread Increases in Residential Diversity?Samuel Kye , Indiana University; Andrew Halpern-Manners, Indiana University.

2. Building Inequality: How Housing Segregation Shapes Income SegregationAnn Owens , University of Southern California.

3. Racial Residential Segregation in an Era of Increasing Income Inequality and Poverty ConcentrationYana Kucheva , City University of New York (CUNY).

4. Gentrification and the Changing Structure of Segregation: A New Decomposition Approach by Race, Class, and the City-Suburb DivideJackelyn Hwang , Stanford University; Elizabeth Roberto, Rice University; Jacob S. Rugh, Brigham Young University.

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